Tag Archives: Christianity

Noticing the Small Victories

Yesterday I visited a new chiropractor and x-rays were part of the exam.  I noticed a quizzical look on his face as he reviewed the films.  It wasn’t my spine that gave him pause, it was these spots on the … Continue reading

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Remembering

For some, trauma isn’t the result of a single event, but instead a pattern of life without a single day to reflect or grieve.  For us, a window of just minutes encapsulates the traumatic and horrific shooting at our church. … Continue reading

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When God Doesn’t Do What He Said He Was Going To Do (via WhiskeyFoxtrot)

An honest, gut-level testimony about dealing with loss and trauma — its impact on faith, and faith’s impact on the journey of healing. “Bad guys don’t usually take the time to sterilize their bullets before they use them”, Dr. Fisher … Continue reading

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Post-Trauma: Reaching Capacity

Our human capacity to navigate the emotional, mental, and physical demands of processing a traumatic event leaves little or no room for anything else. Continue reading

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